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Company

Title

Wayne Allen

Fluke Networks

Measuring Application Performance from an End User Point of View

Ian Atkinson

James Cook University

The Digital Regional Economy, the NBN and James Cook University

Marc Blum

The University of Queensland

Virtualising the Server Farm Network

Jason Bordujenko and Darren French

AARNet

Birds of a Feather Session:
Launching AARNet's New Video Conference Booking, Recording and Streaming Services

James Brennan

Polycom

Enriching Your Curriculum Utilising Content Providers and Special Events

James Brennan

Polycom

Revenue Generation for Higher Education Institutions via Outreach

Timothy Brown

Charles Sturt University

Internet Charging and Access – A Charging Addiction and the Road to Rehab

Robert Bunzli

Questacon

Pushing More Buttons - Extending the Boundaries of VC Broadcast

Adrian Burgess

Chevaliar College

How the New Wave in Wi-Fi is Delivering Information On Demand Campus Wide

Jake Carroll

Queensland Brain Institute, 
The University of Queensland

Riding the Super Fast Storage Tsunami. Solid-State Disk Considerations in Next-Gen Storage Infrastructure.

David Cockerham

Exinda Networks

Don’t Let Your Network be an Obstacle to Learning

Simon Collyer

The University of Queensland

Voice is an App - Issues around Enterprise Collaboration Systems

Julian Critchlow

Enterasys

Visibility & Control on the Campus LAN

David Crowe

Bond University

Desktop Architecture: the Bond experience

Allen Cupitt

Highlands Health and Education Network

How to Build a Regional Community Network for Education

Keith Downs and Dan Yarrow

HP

Understanding the Future of "Cloud Utility on Demand"

Paul Ducklin

Sophos

Cloud Pretension - plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

Bill Efthimiou

AARNet

Extending Unified Communications Based Multimedia Services Beyond The Enterprise

Rick Ferguson

Palo Alto Networks

Social Networks, Enterprise 2.0, and Network Security

Andrew Fiedler

Queensland Regional Network Organisation

Getting Out of Hospital - Health Research Access Project

David Foley

NSW DET

Digital Outreach Keynote:
Connections Video Conference Market Place

Ian Fry

ISNet

Building a Network of Independent Schools

Gary Galbraith and Greg Schmidt

Griffith University / Fortinet

Staying Ahead of the Security Wave – Real World Network Security implementation at Griffith University

Gary Gardiner

Check Point

Securing the Private Cloud

The Hon. Peter Garrett (via VC)

Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth

Student Forum: The 21st Century School

Clive Gold

EMC Corporation

The Next Big Wave - Data Centre Design & Optimisation Leveraging the VCE Alliance and VBLOCK Foundation Architecture to Manage the Rich Media Age

Peter Hauck

Riverbed

Meeting Challenges and Leveraging Opportunities in the Cloud

Sabeine Heindl and Nick O'Byrne (via VC)

ARIA / Australian Independent Records Labels Association (AIR)

Student Forum: Why Music Matters

Simon Hookway and Sharon Tyrer

Obsidian Consulting Group

Reconciliation and Reporting – is your Network Performing as you Expect?

Jamie Humphrey

Dell

Achieving Success in the Virtual Era

Zane Jarvis

AusCERT

Australian Web Site Compromises

Carl Jefferys

Ruckus Wireless

How can schools and tertiary institutions respond to the access anywhere, anyhow demanded by today’s students and educators?

Phillip Kent and Adrian Whitaker

Queensland University of Technology

Cooperation, Collaboration and Consolidation

Andrew Latham

Tripwire

The IT Blind Side: Why are so many organisations spending so much money on security, but still being surprised by breaches?

John Martin and Steven Newton

NetApp / Cisco

Building a Service Ready Multi-tenant Infrastructure for Higher Education

Joe McIver

Cisco

K12 Keynote: 
Connected Learning - New Directions?

Jeff McDonell

McDonell Consulting

Desktop Virtualisation Progress in Universities

Bernard Meade

The University of Melbourne

3D Telemedicine and Video Conferencing Using High-Speed Networks

Muneyb Minhazuddin

Avaya

Virtual Networks

Warrick Mitchell

AARNet

Network Security - Knowledge is Everything!

Darren Peacock and Jill Mackenzie

History SA

Building Community Through Digital Outreach

Karen Player

Australian Museum

School Connections - Video Conferencing with the Australian Museum

Thorsten Punke

TE Connectivity

IT Infrastructures for the Next Generation of Applications

Milton Purcell

NEC Australia

Collaborating in a Connected World

Paul Pyyvaara

OntheNet

Data Centre Design – How Things Change in 5 Years

Tim Rayner

AARNet

Optical Network Diversity - Side Stepping Single Points of Failure on the AARNet Optical Network

Lani Refiti

Trend Micro

The No Nonsense Guide to Virtualisation/Cloud Security

Bruce Rigby

National Schools Interoperability Program (NSIP)

Right Information, Right Time, Right Place

Don Robertson

AARNet

NBN & AARNet  - The Complementary Way Forward?

Iain Robertson

The University of Queensland

Dealing with Disaster - The UQ Experience

Greg Sawyer

University of New South Wales

UNSW’s Oxymoron - The Green Data Centre

Mark Schulz

The University of Queensland

Access to Remote Laboratories: What are the benefits?

Nathan Scott (via VC) and James Brennan (onsite facilitator)

University of Newcastle / Polycom

Enhancing your Music Curriculum – Connect to LIVE Musicians Using High Fidelity Videoconference

Pierre Semaan

Integrated Research

Ensuring Reliability and Availability in a Unified Communications Infrastructure

Brendan Smith and Imelda Cooney

National Film and Sound Archive

NFSA Connects: Bringing screen education alive for regional school students

Gordon Smith and Mark Stevens

University of New England / Procera Networks

Measuring and Monitoring Internet Traffic with PacketLogic Real-Time Enforcement Devices

Julie Spencer

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Reef Videoconferencing, the Journey of Taking the Great Barrier Reef Live into Classrooms all Over the World

Patrick Spiers and Steven Papp

Field of Mars

Connecting Classrooms for Sustainability. Video conference festivals and virtual lessons that complement fieldwork

Adrian Tarca

James Cook University

Migrating Staff and Student Email to the Cloud - JCU’s Experience

Nick Tate

Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project

The National Research Network Project

Nick Tate

Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project

Transforming Australia’s Research Data Storage

Jack Tindall

University of the Sunshine Coast

Exploring Alternatives for Network Based Video Recording

Hai Tran

Curtin University of Technology

Moving into the Cloud: Security Implications, Considerations & Lessons Learnt

Glen Turner

AARNet

Birds of a Feather Session:
IPV6: What is Happening in Your Institution?

Mark Verbloot

Aruba Networks

Building a Mobile Network for Blended Learning

James Vidler

University of Newcastle

The Impact of the National Broadband Network on Higher Education and Research

Mark Vulling and Lloyd Thomas

Citrix Systems /
Victoria University

Desktop and Application Virtualisation Enabling the Next Generation of Learning Opportunities

Jeff Wang

Cisco

Beyond Video Communication and Capture - Video Content Analytics and Sharing

Craig Warren

Deakin University

Towards a Maturity Model for Evaluating Videoconferencing Eeployments in Higher Education

Craig Warren

Deakin University

Energy Wise Driving Savings for Deakin University

Trevor Westhead

Axis Communications

Making the Right Choice in IP Network Video - Education & Industry

Christoph Willing

Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation

Arbitrary Resolution Graphical Applications in SAGE

Graeme Wilson

The University of Queensland

The Next Big Wave: Voice and messaging technologies in higher education

Neil Witheridge

AARNet

Eduroam AU Now and Future

Roy Wittert                   

Motorola

Dormitory Wireless is a Snap - Leverage Existing Cat 5 Cable for Cost Effective 802.11n Upgrade


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